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Our main goal is to provide our customers with different solutions for the tagging or packaging process by increasing productivity, reducing plastic packaging waste by 99%, reducing CO2 emissions and water use and taking care of health of your employees during work process.


Reduce plastic waste
Tagson eco packaging machines reduce plastic packaging waste by 99% in comparison to blister packs or clamshells. They increase productivity, save energy and reduce CO2 emission. The small and lightweight IndES Elastic Staples™ eliminate excess packaging and reduce the amount of transported material. When compared to conventional packaging methods, such as blister packs, plastic cable ties and paper twist ties, Avery Dennison’s IndES Elastic Staple System reduces water and energy use, as well as solid waste production and C02 emissions. Learn more about Learn more about Better packaging


Reduce recycling fees
Currently there are many systems in place reduce the amounts of electronic and plastic waste by taxing the manufacturers and users of such products. Creating less plastic waste means lower recycling fees as well as lower plastic taxes.


Automation is easier on your employees
By switching from a manual to automated packaging, all kinds of injuries can be avoided that are otherwise caused by constant manual tagging or packaging by hand. Our statistics made in several production facilities show that 5 of 10 employees aged between 40 and 60 suffer from various kinds of muscular inflammation after 7 to 10 years of work.


Prevent injuries caused by packaging opening
According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission, around six thousand people a year wind up in emergency rooms with lacerations and puncture wounds caused by clamshell/oyster packaging. Some injuries are caused by the jagged edges of half-opened, hard-plastic wrappers. Others occur when frustrated consumers use tools such as knives, scissors or wire cutters. This adds to a bad customer experience that reduces the value of your product.


Stay ahead of the game
Plastic is the No. 1 environmental problem. Each year we create over 170 million tons of plastic waste. Just a small percentage is recycled. More and more end customers are aware of its impact on the environment and new trends are emerging. Eco packaging awareness is already rising with end users as well as with governments worldwide. The European Commission has already banned single-use plastic in 2020, following UK, Canada, Taiwan, India and other countries worldwide. Follow new trends, environment awareness, new plastic regulations and stay ahead of the game.